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Pin_ledger_report Is Failing With Pin_malloc Unable To Allocate Mem Errors (Doc ID 2712293.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 28, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 7.5.0.18.0 to 12.0.0.3.0 [Release 7.5.0 to 12.0.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 7.5.0.18.0 version, General Ledger (GL)

Getting below error while executing pin_ledger report for large segment.


> pin_ledger_report -mode export -segment .36520 -verbose -skip_export_file_creation
PFB error :

E Tue Sep 1 08:09:07 2020 <HOST_NAME> cm:45324 PcmMemPool.cpp(14):897 2::JCAAdapter:0:[ACTIVE] ExecuteThread: '44' for qu3:1598936805:12:root.0.0.0.1:::
  pin_malloc unable to allocate mem
E Tue Sep 1 08:09:07 2020 <HOST_NAME> cm:45324 pcmi.c(12):45 2::JCAAdapter:0:[ACTIVE] ExecuteThread: '44' for qu3:1598936805:12:root.0.0.0.1:::
  No memory for list in pini_flist_heap_grow, count 1024
E Tue Sep 1 08:09:07 2020 <HOST_NAME> cm:45324 pin_flist(72):375 2::JCAAdapter:0:[ACTIVE] ExecuteThread: '44' for qu3:1598936805:12:root.0.0.0.1:::
  pini_flist_heap_grow (first extension) returned an error. size=1024, pin_err=1(PIN_ERR_NO_MEM)
E Tue Sep 1 08:09:07 2020 <HOST_NAME> cm:45324 pcp_xdrst.c(61):3210 2::JCAAdapter:0:[ACTIVE] ExecuteThread: '44' for qu3:1598936805:12:root.0.0.0.1:::
  pcpxdr_op_decode: bad xdr: PinErr=1 - PIN_ERR_NO_MEM
E Tue Sep 1 08:09:08 2020 <HOST_NAME> cm:45324 pcm.c(64):957 2::JCAAdapter:0:[ACTIVE] ExecuteThread: '44' for qu3:1598936805:12:root.0.0.0.1:::
  Op (PCM_OP_READ_OBJ) receive failed in pcm_op
  <location=PIN_ERRLOC_PCP:2 class=UNKNOWN:0 errno=PIN_ERR_NO_MEM:1>
    <facility=0 msg_id=0 version=0>
E Tue Sep 1 08:09:08 2020 <HOST_NAME>h cm:45324 cm_utils.c(151):6361 2::JCAAdapter:0:[ACTIVE] ExecuteThread: '44' for qu3:1598936805:12:root.0.0.0.1:::
  CM FM->DM input flist: opcode=PCM_OP_READ_OBJ, flags=0x0, errno=PIN_ERR_NO_MEM:1
# number of field entries allocated 20, used 1
0 PIN_FLD_POID POID [0] 0.0.0.1 /ledger_report 215676196577 0



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